Let Go is a fascinating comic whose stylish visuals and troubling ideas combine to create a mesmerizing vision of the future. It's a memorable trip, and one I'd recommend to anybody who's ever turned off "Smart Compose" - and felt a little shiver when they did so.
--Michelle White (Multiversity Comics)
I fell in love with Let Go because their take on a family reconciling technology in the future clung to my subconscious for months after reading. That doesn't happen often.
--Sina Grace (author of Iceman, Self-Obsessed)
The team behind the excellent podcast, Review the Future, have taken the enormously important subject of technological unemployment and built a highly engaging graphic novel around it. Science fiction is rarely strong on both characters and the impact of technology, but this book manages that. Definitely worth reading if you are at all interested in the economic singularity.
--Calum Chace (author of Pandora's Brain, and Surviving AI)
A compelling rollercoaster of a graphic novel, filled with fascinating insights into the future of work, social media, artificial intelligence, virtual reality and lifespan extension, all wrapped up in a fast-paced narrative about a family trying to make sense of the future. What starts as a seemingly simple story about a man losing his job, ends up as a captivating meditation on the social consequences of accelerating change. Anyone with an interest in the future should read this.
--John Danaher (author of Robot Sex: Social and Ethical Implications)